Unless you were sleeping under a rock the past couple of weeks, you know that we did the damn thing and turned the General Assembly blue! We now have a
This is part three of a three-part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. Check out part one and part two. Thanks for rocking
This is part two of a three-part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. Click here to read part one. via GIPHY Over my
This is part one of a three part series on the rise of women of color in the Virginia state legislature. 2019 has been a weird year here in Virginia.
It’s hard out here y’all. The world we knew ten years ago no longer exists. It’s not like there was ever a good time in America for people of color
In this blog post, I interviewed Equality Virginia Executive Director James Parrish on the evolution of Pride month and what’s on the horizon of the legislative landscape for Equality Virginia.
Spoiler Alert: This blog contains spoilers from season 3 of “The Bold Type”. On last Tuesday’s episode of “The Bold Type”, a show on Freeform profiling millennial women in the
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA [02/08/19] — The following statement is being released by members of the Virginia Pro-Choice Coalition: NLIRH Virginia Latina Advocacy Network, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia, Progress Virginia, NARAL
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA [02/07/19]—The following statement is being released by the Virginia Pro-Choice Coalition: NLIRH Virginia Latina Advocacy Network, Progress Virginia, NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance. “We trust
Statement of Progress Virginia executive director Anna Scholl on Governor Ralph Northam’s medical school yearbook featuring a racist photo. “This photo is racist, plain and simple. There is no excuse.